Navigation bar info in lower left gets displayed in wrong location
I have 3 monitors.
2 are 27" 4K resolution, and the third is a 24" XP-PEN Pen display (2560x1440), which is where Illustrator always starts and runs in full-screen.
Illustrator apparently cannot always figure out how to calculate all its object locations, since the navigation info on the bottom bar on each file open lands UP the screen, when opening an Illustrator document and Illustrator is in Maximized mode.
See first attached screenshot.
If I then click the "Restore" button (upper right in any Windows app window), in effect forcing Illustrator to repaint its entire app area, then suddenly the information is placed correctly. See second screenshot.
On a subsequent "Maximize" to get Illustrator back to occupying the entire Pen-display screen again, the info is suddenly placed correctly.
This only seems to happen 95% of the time, when Illustrator is in Maximized mode when opening a document. If it is in "Restored" mode (as in app window smaller than the screen), then it seems to place it correctly on an open.
Illustrator 26.3.1, Windows 10
Of course, since it is the inner window (the canvas) that cannot figure out where to place it's controls, an alternate way to MAKE it correct itself is to pull the canvas window out as a separate window. Directly or using "Window -> "Arrange" -> "Float".
It then correctly places the scrollbars and the status controls in that separate window.. After that, one can redock the canvas window and everything is still correctly placed.
The canvas window simply cannot figure out those calculations on the INITIAL open of a document. Odd, since it has no problem figuring them out later when you force it to recalculate.
Just noticed, that scroll bars (both vertical and horizontal) are also missing in this case.
Again, a "Restore" puts them back, and after a return to "Maximize" the screen, everything is still in correct place.